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Companies in every industry
commonly tout the quality of their products and services, using it
as a marketing tactic to differentiate themselves from the
competition. However, for companies in highly-regulated industries
such as food and beverage, medical device manufacturing, children’s
toys, cannabis, and nutraceuticals, quality is much more than a
marketing tactic — it's a fundamental demand of doing business.
Highly regulated companies must identify, track, and trace
quality-related factors throughout their production cycles in order
to remain in compliance with various federal, state, local, and
What are best practices for managing quality tests and related
data in highly regulated industries? We have identified five
strategies that will help companies better manage quality
Product traceability is fundamental to managing quality tests
and data — and it starts at the beginning. Traceability is the
ability to uniquely identifying products throughout the supply
chain, even as those products get manufactured into other products
before being sold.
From the time a company receives products, ingredients,
components, or raw materials into its warehouse, a system must be
in place to track them. The amount of data companies track will
depend upon the industry and the item. In its simplest form,
tracing may consist of simply capturing the vendor, serial or lot
number, and date received. For more complex situations, companies
may perform a battery of tests on incoming items, recording the
results and comparing them to thresholds and tolerances.
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